Senecio Scaposus Silver Coral is one of my favorite unique succulents. This plant has a silver coating that can split to reveal the green leaves underneath and is my favorite choice for a contrast plant for my garden and succulent arrangements.

Ideally, succulents prefer 2-5 hours of direct or filtered morning sunlight with bright indirect sunlight throughout the day to maintain their compact rosettes and vivid colors. They will not survive a hard frost, but can be brought indoors to grow near a window sill receiving bright sunlight or under a grow light.

Like most succulents, they require well-draining soil and infrequent watering. Our plants are shipped bare-root so please prepare a pot, ideally with drainage holes, and fill with a well-draining cactus and succulent soil.


Please give your plants a thorough watering and allow to adjust for 2-3 days in some indirect sunlight before gradually transitioning them to increasing hours of direct sunlight. Please wait until the soil has completely dried through before watering again. Succulents maintain water in their leaves so when in doubt, wait until you are certain the soil is dry before watering again.

*************IMPORTANT NOTES************

We are proud to deliver happy healthy quality plants and meticulously prepare them for shipment. That being said, we cannot control what happens to your order during transit.

If plants arrive damaged due to transit, we will issue a store credit. Refunds are not available on live plants. In order for this to happen, you must contact us within 48 hours of receipt of your order by sending an email to shop@succulentsd.com. Please provide your order number and photos of the damage, both to the packaging and the plants. Do not dispose of the plants or packaging as the carrier may request their return.